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Atex partnered with The Access Network Company on the development of new functionality for the Polopoly web CMS, focused on meeting the needs of branded publishers. The new solution is designed to provide a cost-efficient platform for small to mid-size publishers.

Posted Sep 22, 2011

When considering the future of web content management (WCM), it is perhaps helpful to remember that the technology is designed to systemize and automate that which has long been practiced by retailers and expected by consumers in the real world. Just as a shopper who enters a sporting goods store and asks for help finding a fishing rod might beat a hasty retreat if the clerk brings back a soccer ball, visitors to websites expect to be listened to and to receive personalized service. When you figure that an online shopper is not a car drive away from another store but rather just a few quick keyboard strokes away from another website, the pressure to get WCM right mounts exponentially.

Posted Sep 21, 2011

With 165 million viewers, MBC is constantly striving to provide its audience with the highest quality content and best user experience possible. When MBC found that its content management system (CMS), Vignette, which was acquired by Open Text in 2009, was no longer reliable or scalable enough to handle its media demands, it started looking for a replacement; one that would not only support the group's extensive current requirements, but plans for future improvements.

Posted Sep 16, 2011

TEMIS, which provides semantic content enrichment solutions for enterprises, worked to deploy Luxid, its content enrichment platform, within Alfresco's open source content management solutions. Luxid automatically extracts semantic metadata, such as topics, facts, sentiments, and categories, and this metadata can be leveraged throughout Alfresco Enterprise.

Posted Sep 08, 2011

You may have heard about WEM. W and M stand for "web" and "management," respectively, while E refers to "engagement" or "experience," depending on who's talking. Many WCM (web content management) folks love the new acronym and declare WEM to be the next WCM.Vendors are especially excited that Product X is no longer a WCM offering but a WEM suite now. But you should be forewarned that in the quest for improving presentation management, vendors are soft-pedaling many core CMS concepts that haven't really seen a lot of innovation in recent times. This, too, could impact your website visitor experience.

Posted Sep 05, 2011

Permitting for water rights is a complicated process that includes legal and scientific information, including details that describe locations, quantities, and limitations. The process can be time-consuming and confusing with standard and varying elements; every water rights situation is unique with specific characteristics but standard legal language. This leaves a great margin for error. Any error could lead to water rights disputes or, worse, lengthy legal action to resolve the situation.

Posted Sep 02, 2011

Transend Corp., provider of email migration and conversion solutions, released version 10 of Transend Migrator, its flagship application, which performs batched email migration among dozens of email platforms. Transend Migrator 10 simultaneously transfers data from email messages, address books, calendars, and tasks for any size business.

Posted Aug 30, 2011

eZ Systems AS, an open source WCM developer, announced the acquisition of YOOCHOOSE GmbH. YOOCHOOSE will be integrated into eZ Systems AS' product portfolio and offered under the name eZ Recommender Engine as part of the eZ Publish Enterprise Edition Platform. The eZ Recommender Engine from YOOCHOOSE can provide a unique experience each time a customer visits a website, collecting data and creating real-time updates to the user profile.

Posted Aug 25, 2011

M-Files Inc., developer of document management software and the cloud-based document management service M-Files Cloud Vault, announced the availability of M-Files for NetSuite, provider of cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP), CRM, and ecommerce software. The integration aims to facilitate collaboration while increasing security and access to documents.

Posted Aug 25, 2011

Acquia partnered with Commerce Guys, a provider of ecommerce solutions for Drupal, to support services and sales on the ecommerce platform Drupal Commerce. Enterprises using Drupal Commerce will receive worldwide coverage, expertise, and professional support services for online commerce applications.

Posted Aug 25, 2011

SDL, provider of global information management solutions, offers new tools designed to deliver more personalized, targeted content to its users. SDL's targeting, profiling, and personalization (TPP) solution is a key component in its Pervasive Engagement Management (PEM) solution, which allows marketers to provide relevant, cross-channel customer engagement.

Posted Aug 23, 2011

Matrix Logic Corp., Open Text partner and integrator of enterprise content management (ECM) solutions, released a wireless eDOCS DM Client for the BlackBerry PlayBook. The WirelessDMS PlayBook Client is included in Matrix Logic's WirelessDMS Suite portfolio, also known as the Open Text WirelessDMS for eDOCS by Matrix Logic.

Posted Aug 23, 2011

Business video hosting platform vzaar announced its partnership with Volusion, a provider of ecommerce services and online shopping cart software. The partnership aims to create additional marketing and sales opportunities for brands and online retailers.

Posted Aug 18, 2011

Cabinet NG announced version 8 of CNG-WEB, its browser-based document management interface, which adds the ability to support folder workflow, folder notes, and folder alerts over the internet. A new folder alert mechanism helps users become aware of special items by drawing their attention to notes that are flagged in the system.

Posted Aug 18, 2011

There is no standard IT definition of "cloud"-the National Institute of Standards and Technology is working on that as I write. Still, there is no question that we're entering a new age of cloud computing. The benefits of cloud storage and computing are many: e.g., lower cost than in-house storage, reduced stress on internal IT resources, efficiency, and guaranteed availability. Just like a sudden change in the weather, cloud storage and computing will be disruptive. It is one thing, however, to trust your MP3 files to a consumer cloud service. It is quite another to entrust your whole business information architecture.

Posted Aug 15, 2011

Limelight Networks, Inc. announced that Limelight Dynamic Site Platform is adding several new features in its latest series of updates. The upgrade is based on technology acquired by the purchase of Clickability in May 2011, and includes Web Content Management capabilities for enterprise marketers and online publishers.

Posted Aug 11, 2011

Vimeo, an operating business of IAC, launched the new Vimeo Pro service. Vimeo Pro accounts offer a professional video hosting solutions aimed at entrepreneurs and is priced at $199 U.S. per year. The accounts include 50GB of video hosting and 250,000 plays, in addition to a suite of core tools designed to simplify hosting online video within a company website.

Posted Aug 04, 2011

Before 2007, the word "kindle" simply meant to light on fire. Since Amazon's release of its Kindle e-reader in November of that year, the product has ignited the emedia market. A new report from InfoTrends, "Reading E-Media: The End User Perspective," addresses the growing markets of e-readers and multipurpose devices such as iPads by questioning consumers about their user experiences with these devices.

Posted Aug 03, 2011

Elemental Technologies, provider of multi-screen content delivery solutions, and thePlatform, a white-label video publishing company, announced a joint solution for processing and management of large, dynamic video content libraries for IP-connected devices. Service providers and media companies can use Elemental Server's integration with thePlatform's mpx to enable video delivery on multiple devices.

Posted Jul 26, 2011

Ektron, a provider of Web Content Management (WCM) solutions, announced its software would be upgraded to Ektron 8.5. Along with a user-interface makeover and improved scalability, Ektron 8.5 focuses its enhancements for developers.

Posted Jul 26, 2011

Elsevier is initiating a partnership with The Quality Group (TQG), a creator of blended online learning solutions for process improvement. Elsevier will market and distribute TQG's Lean Six Sigma training solution for health care professionals. The blended e-learning series uses condensed class times and customized online training modules designed to meet the needs of the health care workforce.

Posted Jul 14, 2011

Percussion Software, which developers web content management software, and consulting firm Ironworks Consulting established a partnership to provide Percussions' CM System to Ironworks customers. The partnership helps customers meet market demands and drive interactive web content on different online channels.

Posted Jul 14, 2011

Back in 1896, an employee of the Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railway noticed that everyone is drawn to a train wreck. So, for a publicity stunt, the railroad staged a head-on collision between two locomotives, both going at 45 mph. When the locomotives collided, the boilers exploded, killing several people and injuring many. The crowd had been assured that engineers were consulted and an explosion wasn't possible. The inability of experts to sufficiently imagine something outside their realm of direct experience contributed to major catastrophe. No one questioned the basic assumptions or thought to ask, "But what if the unthinkable does happen?"

Posted Jun 27, 2011

Adlib announced the general availability of the Adlib Content Transformation Platform, a completely automated transformation solution. The Adlib Platform is designed to streamline document-intensive business processes to help improve efficiency and is designed to be deployed as a shared service. Adlib can scale enterprise-wide, helping centralize content-to-PDF transformation capabilities to multiple applications and departments.

Posted Jun 23, 2011

Oracle announced the acquisition of FatWire Software, a provider of web experience management software that helps companies build and deploy interactive online sites. FatWire's solutions are designed to deliver relevant customer content and increase community engagement. Oracle hopes that the acquisition will further extend its technology into the multi-channel customer experience market.

Posted Jun 23, 2011

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